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on. >> a little natitude and right after ryan zimmerman hit a home run. he is trending worldwide. andy and our victorious president of the day. take a bow, teddy. we'll be back with more on today's final game of the regular season. >> luckily, teddy didn't have to do all that running in the rain. thanks, kristin. >> coming up, our coverage of tonight's presidential debate continues with a newly sworn in american citizen at the university of maryland came up with the idea for the first debate more than 55 years ago. >>> i'm derek mcginty live at u.s.a. today's newsroom where we will bring you the truth. fact-checking the debate as it happens tonight at 9:00. if you think mitt romney and president obama are sick of preparing, you can blame fred cann. he was a brand-new citizen and a student at the university of maryland. he figured it might be a good idea to get the candidates together so they can argue and take questions face to face. this had never happened before. even back then, some folks said be careful what you wish for. here's gary. >> 56 was a rematch. at the university
on the debate stage, paul ryan and joe biden will go head to head on october 11 in kentucky. derek? >> all right, looking forward to that one as well, thank you, top. >>> joining us now to fast check some of the points made by both candidates, u.s.a. today politics editor, thank you so much for coming in. >> my pleasure. >> i'm glad that you're wide awake. a long night last night. now, you said it was pretty hard to fast check. how come? >> well, it was full of statements that are more or less true or more or less untrue depending on where you will sit at the moment. >> i see. so in other words you needed to show the new one to figure out who was telling the truth, making it a hot tougher? >> yes, absolutely. we'll talk about some of those statements because the $5 trillion tax cut is one of the things that took up a lot of that first debate. something we talk about last night. now, let's listen to president obama talk about it. >> governor romney's central economic man calls for a $5 trillion tax cut on top of the bush tax cuts, another $1 trillion and $2 trillion in additional military spendin
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